Piet Van Poucke
List of John Benjamins publications for which Piet Van Poucke plays a role.
Constructing Russian identity in news translation: The case of the Crimean crisis. Translation and Interpreting Studies 16:3, pp. 368–3932021.
In the build-up to the annexation of Crimea in 2014, Russia’s state-owned media pushed a nationalist-imperialist narrative according to which Crimea is ethnically and historically Russian, and should, therefore, return to the Russian Motherland. This article underscores the critical role of news… read more | Article
Aging as a motive for literary retranslation: A survey of case studies on retranslation. Translation and Interpreting Studies 12:1, pp. 91–1152017.
One of the concepts that is regularly referred to in studies on retranslation, but has not yet been extensively investigated or operationalized, is the (alleged) aging of (literary) translations. While the assumption that every generation deserves its own translation of canonical literary works is… read more | Article